my 1991 Geo Tracker (California car 4x4 auto trans) would not start the other day. While waiting on a ride home I pulled the coil wire to see if it was getting spark, crank it over and spark is leaving the coil. I then was looking over the engine bay and grabbing items under the hood and noticed the distributor cap was loose. I tightened the distributor cap down, tried to start it again and still no start. I decided to check if fuel delivery was the problem. I had enough tools to disconnect the fuel line from the throttle body and had the woke turn the key on and sure enough there seemed to be plenty of fuel pressure. A couple days later I towed the car home, opened the hood to see if I missed something obvious and noticed this time the distributor cap had a hole worn through it. I pulled a spark plug and they were dry. went ahead and installed new cap, rotor & plugs and still no start, but I did smell gas. It was leaking gas from the line where it attaches to the throttle body. I finally started digging around this forum and the Fix Kick site and tried the DTC and the Check Engine Light just stays illuminated. I do have the fuel pump electrically disconnected. I does try to run by dumping a little gas down the throttle body. Am I missing anything?